I’m trying to set-up tyk in my on-prem kubernetes cluster (which did not prove to be a walk in the park unfortunately). However, I did manage to get the gateway up and running, the pump also appears to be running (but not sure what I’m doing, but that’s probably another topic)! So the candle was lit and the party started! I did manage to run the examples via the API!
However, now I’m ready to open “gate number 6” and combine this with the brand new ingress controller; however, to me, it’s unclear if:
- This still falls under the open-source offering? In the example helm chart it seems to link to the dashboard for some reason?
- There is a more structured way that explains the “wiring” of this thing? Currently I try to understand the helm chart as it can only be used by licensed users (which I am not unfortunately)
- Anyone, using the open-source offering, been able to get this up-and-running
- There’s documentation that explains the following config file? https://github.com/TykTechnologies/tyk-helm-chart/blob/master/tyk-pro/templates/configmap-tyk-k8s.yaml
The only thing I’ve found so far was the cheerful blog post mentioning it has been released
The ingress controller looks really promising and seems to help to try and abstract a bit away. In the past, I’ve tried this with kong which was quite easy but it didn’t come as “battery included” like tyk does.
To be clear; I’m already stranded at the config part, as such, I cannot run the tyk-k8s pod
I’d already be happy with some pointers that could help me to get this up-and-running.
Thank you already for reading this and hopefully helping out